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Serres [née Wilmot], Olivia [alias Princess Olive of Cumberland]locked

  • K. D. Reynolds


Serres [née Wilmot], Olivia [alias Princess Olive of Cumberland] (1772–1835), royal impostor, was born in Warwick on 3 April 1772, daughter of Robert Wilmot, house painter, and his wife, Anna Maria Brunton. She was baptized on 15 April 1772 at St Nicholas's Church, Warwick...

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